Jeremiah Goerdt's Blog
Build a man a fire, he'll be warm for a day.
Set a man on fire, he'll be warm forever.
Also, I make indie games over at GamesKraft.com
Sometimes I get off track and I need to figure out what I'm doing wrong. You gotta know why you make games and stick to your guns.
Where I go over a simple method to improving the look and feel of movement for your 2d games. Simple vector addition.
I often find myself thinking about all the reasons that I decided to become a game developer. Sometimes it is good to get your thoughts down on virtual ink for others to read.
Jeremiah Goerdt's Comments
[Blog - 12/31/2013 - 10:31]
Thank you for featuring my ...
Thank you for featuring my articles in the list. r n r nGamedev Tuts is an awesome resource and it 's cool to see it getting some attention. r n r nGreat list of articles.
[Blog - 09/12/2013 - 03:41]
All of this feels a ...
All of this feels a bit dishonest and manipulative to me. The outrage against the fund may be a little harsh, but I don 't think this is a good way to run a campaign. Good effort though.
[Blog - 09/10/2013 - 04:05]
Really great article and thanks ...
Really great article and thanks for writing it. Also, your Kickstarter campaign looks great along with the game. Well done. r n r nI 'm curious if the upcoming changes to Unity 's GUI framework are going to affect your dialogue system. Is the implementation dependent on the current GUI ...
[Blog - 09/11/2013 - 02:18]
You make some excellent points ...
You make some excellent points here, especially about grinding. Many of the roguelikes I 've played seem to expect you to grind and I think that is poor design. Something like item orthogonality can go a long way in preventing grindy games. Cool stuff man
[Blog - 09/11/2013 - 11:43]
Once I got to the ...
Once I got to the end I realized that those headphones you need are primarily for the significant other haha. r n r nIn all seriousness though, my wife is my biggest asset and I wouldn 't be where I 'm at today without her. r n r nGood list, ...
[Blog - 09/10/2013 - 05:37]
I really like what you ...
I really like what you said about the place people are in their business: a still photograph. So many times do people look at where they are and think they just weren 't lucky enough when they really belong exactly where they are. r n r nSometimes it feels like ...